This recording captures Sean Behling performing live improvisation in the vein of Terry Riley through alto sax and Hammond/RMS Condor reed modulator. Using two looping pedals and a Memory Man Deluxe delay, these tracks were recorded completely live through Audio Technica 4041 microphones juiced by a ADL-600 Preamp into a Presonus Firestudio audio interface running at a resolution of 24 bit 88.2 khz. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: improvisation, jazz, solo saxophone, ambient
Pianist Martha Anne Verbit performs live in the KPFA studio on the station’s Bösendorfer grand piano, and talks with Charles Amirkhanian about her excursions into the sensuous, mystical, and arcane reaches of early 20th century piano music, as well as giving biographical information about each of the composers featured in this concert. Verbit has recorded an album of music by Cyril Scott for Genesis Records, and is an expert performer of Scriabin’s music. She has given solo recitals at... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: KPFA-FM, Morning Concert series, Martha Ann Verbit, Music, Interview, 20th Century Classical, Piano...
Frederick Marvin, pianist and professor at Syracuse University in New York, performs a number of works, recorded on October 29, 1972. Marvin is well known for his work in bringing to light the mostly forgotten music of 18th century Spanish composer Padre Antonio Soler. He has also performed the works of modern American composer George Antheil, as well as the works of Debussy, Chopin, and many more. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: KPFA-FM, Music: 20th Century Classical, Frederick Marvin
www.experimedia.net exp038 Miles Tilmann Melt LP For his full-length release at Experimedia, Miles Tilmann gives us a collection of both old and new tracks. Covering mostly ambient territory, and similar to his work on Toytronic's 3D Concepts series. Gracefully mastered by Brian Grainger, these archived pieces are warm, bubbly and spacious. Melt is the aural equivalent of bathing in hot springs deep inside immense caverns, perfect for a warm summer drive or a cozy night indoors. Intimate,... ( 2 reviews ) Topic: Ambient, IDM, Electronica, Atmospheric, Film Score, Enviornmental, Textural, Soundscape
Yoko Ono talks of the early part of the Showa Period (1926-1989), in Japan, and sings songs for unaccompanied voice which show various aspects of these times and culture. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: KPFA-FM, WBAI, Interview, Music, World Music, Ethnic Music